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For he was afraid lest the Murcians should be tempted to supply it with provisions and other wants, I since they had invited Alphonso to come to their assistance at the time they had taken their hostile stand.
In days not so very long past the streets were filled with picturesque costumes of the provinces, with gaily decorated mules and donkeys carrying immense loads of hay or straw, or huge nets filled with melons or pumpkins, almost hiding everything but the head and the feet of the animal; or a smart-looking "Jacket" man from the country districts would go whistling by, Asturians, Murcians, Gallegos, gypsies, _toreros_ in their brilliant